CENTER SANDWICH, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire photographer John Anderson — one of two resident photographers at the White Mountains National Forest this summer — will give a lecture and lead an overnight photography trek.
Anderson will give a lecture on forest photography at the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery in Center Sandwich at 10 a.m. Monday. Participation in the overnight trek will be limited due to regulations on group size, and preregistration was required.
Hikers will travel through the Sandwich Wilderness along the Flat Mountain Pond Trail in North Sandwich.
"We have a great opportunity to explore the concept of wilderness and take some terrific pictures," said Anderson, of Campton, who teaches photography at Plymouth State University.
Anderson and Kyle Browne of Massachusetts were selected to be this year's White Mountain National Forest resident photographers. Each will spend at least three weeks living in the forest and done one piece of work to the forest service.
Those interested in the hike should call the Arts Alliance at 323-7302.